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Disciple of Death is a 1972 horror film written by Mike Raven and directed by Tom Parkinson. The film centers around a lovelorn couple who goes through desperate measures to be together at last. Julia (Marguerite Hardiman) and Ralph (Stephen Bradley) are madly in love with each other. However, Julia's father, the town squire (George Belbin), does not approve of Ralph and forbids them from getting married. Ralph plans on impressing the squire by harvesting his land and increasing his wealth, a process which will most likely take years to accomplish. An impatient Julia insists they consider alternative solutions instead. The solution they choose proves to be very alternative - the couple resorts to mixing their blood over a gravestone in a cemetery. As can be imagined, things go awry when some of Julia's blood drips onto a grave. It appears Julia's blood was just enough to empower a demon from hell to reincarnate and wreck havoc on the village.